Now that the cat's out of the bag, here at TUAW we're wondering how AT&T will answer to Verizon's iPhone announcement -- specifically the part where the iPhone 4 will be a mobile hotspot that supports up to 5 devices. It's definitely an extra incentive to lure AT&T customers, already unhappy with tiered data plans and extra costs for tethering.

When the Verizon iPhone makes its debut on February 10, will you be among those in line to get it?

Will you get the new Verizon iPhone?
Yes, I've been holding out on buying an iPhone at all until it appeared on Verizon.2075 (14.8%)
Yes, I'm currently an AT&T customer, have an iPhone/iPhone 3G/iPhone 3GS with an expired, or about-to-expire, contract and have been waiting to jump ship.869 (6.2%)
Yes, I'm currently an AT&T customer and feel it's worth paying the termination fees for unlimited data/mobile hotspot.579 (4.1%)
I'm satisfied with AT&T at the moment and will wait out the terms of my contract before deciding whether or not to switch.5013 (35.7%)
No, I'll never move from AT&T!1127 (8.0%)
I'm waiting for the Sprint/T-Mobile/Cricket/insert-carrier-here iPhone624 (4.4%)
I'm never going near an iPhone, so none of this matters to me.466 (3.3%)
No, I like the option of being able to talk on the phone and be able to use the iPhone's data plan at the same time. Verizon doesn't have that.3291 (23.4%)

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